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Larbert

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Larbert is a town on Scotland’s central belt near the Firth of Forth, north of the River Carron and west of Stenhousemuir.

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Thanks to the arrival of steam, the town of Larbert grew from a small village to a major centre of heavy industry and the cutting edge of Victorian hospital care.

Now a considerable commuter town for nearby Falkirk and the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling, the town is served by regular Glasgow - Dunblane and Edinburgh - Dunblane rail services.

The famed Scottish explorer Sir James Bruce of Kinnaird (1730 - 1794), who discovered the source of the Blue Nile in Africa, is buried in Larbert Old Parish Churchyard.

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Thanks to the arrival of steam, the town of Larbert grew from a small village to a major centre of heavy industry and the cutting edge of Victorian hospital care.

Now a considerable commuter town for nearby Falkirk and the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling, the town is served by regular Glasgow - Dunblane and Edinburgh - Dunblane rail services.

The famed Scottish explorer Sir James Bruce of Kinnaird (1730 - 1794), who discovered the source of the Blue Nile in Africa, is buried in Larbert Old Parish Churchyard.

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